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    Simply put, what webcomics do you currently follow? What comics have you read in the past that you enjoyed?


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    My list of comics is separated by how often I check them. The following are the comics I check whenever there could be an update: if the update schedule is irregular, I check every day, otherwise I check every update day.

    Darths and Droids
    www.darthsanddroids.net

    Dinosaur Comics
    www.qwantz.com

    Dumbing of Age
    www.dumbingofage.com

    Girls With Slingshots
    http://www.girlswithslingshots.com

    Gunnerkrigg Court
    www.gunnerkrigg.com

    Namesake
    www.namesakecomic.com

    Order of the Stick
    www.giantitp.com

    Rain
    www.rain.thecomicseries.com

    Sister Claire and Sister Claire MIssing Moments
    www.sisterclaire.com

    Slightly Damned
    sdamned.com

    Tamberlane
    https://www.tamberlanecomic.com

    Undivine
    undivinecomic.com

    Widdershins
    www.widdershinscomic.com

    XKCD
    www.xkcd.com



    And here are the comics I follow, but only check once a month:

    Aether
    www.aether.thecomicseries.com

    Alice and the Nightmare
    www.aliceandthenightmare.com

    Band vs Band
    www.bvbcomix.com

    Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures
    www.missmab.com

    Daughter of the Lillies
    www.daughterofthelilies.com

    Gloomverse
    gloomverse.smackjeeves.com

    Headless Bliss
    www.headlessbliss.com

    [Redacted due to the forum rules]
    www. [redacted due to the forum rules] .com


    Heroes of Thantopolis
    http://heroesofthantopolis.com/

    Inhibit
    inhibitcomic.com

    Kiwi Blitz
    www.kiwiblitz.com

    [Redacted due to the forum rules]
    www. [redacted due to the forum rules] .com


    Mare Internum
    www.marecomic.com

    Mezzacotta
    http://www.mezzacotta.net/halloffame.php

    Monsterkind
    www.monsterkind.enenkay.com

    Monster Lands
    http://www.monster-lands.com

    Monster's Garden
    http://monstersgarden.com

    Never Heroes: Yellow Hearts
    https://sparklermonthly.com/series/n...yellow-hearts/

    No End
    www.noendcomic.com

    Paranatural
    www.paranatural.net

    Radio Silence
    http://www.radiosilencecomic.com

    Recoil
    recoil.smackjeeves.com

    Sleepless Domain
    www.sleeplessdomain.com

    Speak of the Devil
    www.speakdevil.com

    Strong Female Protagonist
    www.strongfemaleprotagonist.com

    The Property of Hate
    thepropertyofhate.com

    This is Not Fiction
    www.thisisnotfiction.com

    XKCD What If?
    what-if.xkcd.com

    Here are the comics which are not actively updating, but which I still occasionally.

    32
    stuckat32.com

    Acethexis
    acethexiscomic.com

    Blindsprings
    http://www.blindsprings.com/

    Guilded Age
    http://guildedage.net

    Heartless
    http://heartless-comic.com

    Let's Speak English
    http://www.marycagle.com

    Lilith's Word
    www.lilithword.com

    Shortpacked
    Shortpacked

    Supernormal Step
    www.supernormalstep.com

    Yellow Hearts
    https://sparklermonthly.com/series/yellow-hearts/



    Finally, here are the comics I have read that have had no updates for at least two years.

    Abstruse Goose
    www.abstrusegoose.com

    Darken
    www.darkencomic.com

    That Deaf Guy
    http://www.thatdeafguy.com/

    Zap
    www.zapcomic.com

    Dominic Deegan: Oracle for Hire
    www.dominic-deegan.com
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    Astonishingly few these days...

    Warning: This posting may contain wit, wisdom, pathos, irony, satire, sarcasm and puns. And traces of nut.

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    Default Re: What webcomics do you follow?

    OOTS (of course)
    Girl Genius
    Sluggy Freelance
    Darths and Droids
    Irregular Webcomic
    Grrlpower
    The Specialists
    3 Minute Max*
    Aaron Williams' three (PS238, Use Sword on Monster, Full Frontal Nerdity)*
    Two Lumps

    I used to read a few others (Flipside, Empowered, Erfworld, etc) but gradually stopped checking for updates.

    *updates randomly

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    OotS, hey Iím on this forem!
    Xkcd
    Homestuck, if I have the time,
    And finally, although itís not technically a webcomic, I read Pearls before swine like a webcomic using gocomics

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    Here's mine, by day:

    Mon/Wed/Fri: Penny Arcade, Sam & Fuzzy, El Goonish Shive, XKCD, Girl Genius
    Mon/Thurs: Grrlpower
    Tue/Fri: Strong Female Protagonist
    Varies: PvP Online, Weregeek, Erfworld, Order of the Stick
    Daily: SMBC, Questionable Content (though I don't check these as often since I don't feel comfortable checking them at work)

    Check occasionally but forget sometimes: whatever's on Sorcery 101, Thunderstruck (well, it updates 1/month now)

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    "Behold, an ordinary webcomic!"

    Rusty & Co. is also quite good.
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    I read many of those already mentioned, above.

    Add Kill Six Billion Demons to the list. It's a blast to read.

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    I have somewhere between two dozen and thirty bookmarked that I check every day, mostly they don't update on most days. I have a subfolder I check weekly, most of them don't update. After that, I check the webcomiclist daily, it lists updates by the hour as they happen, but it sometimes drops a comic without notification (I'm not registered with them, it may play differently if you are registered, or not, I don't know), I was assuming that Girls with slingshots was on hiatus, but it seems that's also been dropped.

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    I may or may not bookmark Girls with Slingshots, I sometimes do that, quite a few of my bookmarks no longer show up in the webcomiclist(dot)com, but quite a few do and have to be skipped there.
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    The end of what Son? The story? There is no end. There's just the point where the storytellers stop talking.

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    Sluggy Freelance, OOTS, Will Save World For Gold, Penny Arcade, Erfworld, and Tower of God.

    Out of those, I can only recommend OOTS, Will Save World for Gold, and Tower of God. The others aren't very good at all, but I'm still reading them out of habit. Most of them start out good though.

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    Just dumped "I roved out ..." because "please hit my tits hard" is a male fantasy that should not be endorsed.
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    The end of what Son? The story? There is no end. There's just the point where the storytellers stop talking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfeye View Post
    Just dumped "I roved out ..." because "please hit my tits hard" is a male fantasy that should not be endorsed.
    Some people are actually into things like that you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anteros View Post
    Some people are actually into things like that you know.
    If a male wrote a female saying "please hit my tits hard" that would be wrong. If a female wrote that to make money by pleasing males, that would be wrong.

    The people who are into that, are probably wrong uns.

    Yeah, it's maybe a fantasy, but the line between fantasy and reality can get blurred, and then we're talking about at least abuse, leading possibly to murder.
    The end of what Son? The story? There is no end. There's just the point where the storytellers stop talking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfeye View Post
    If a male wrote a female saying "please hit my tits hard" that would be wrong. If a female wrote that to make money by pleasing males, that would be wrong.

    The people who are into that, are probably wrong uns.

    Yeah, it's maybe a fantasy, but the line between fantasy and reality can get blurred, and then we're talking about at least abuse, leading possibly to murder.
    I don't think it's your place to pass judgement on what consenting adults do with each other or what they enjoy.

    I also don't think this is the place for this argument though, so let's drop it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anteros View Post
    I don't think it's your place to pass judgement on what consenting adults do with each other or what they enjoy.

    I also don't think this is the place for this argument though, so let's drop it.
    No, let's move it.

    http://www.giantitp.com/forums/showt...4#post22734594
    The end of what Son? The story? There is no end. There's just the point where the storytellers stop talking.

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    At this stage, I've cut down a bit and haven't added a new comic to my rotation in years.

    Order of the Stick
    Questionable Content
    Sluggy Freelance
    Scarygoround
    SMBC
    Oglaf
    Sinfest
    Menage a 3
    Goblins

    I think that's about it as far as regular basis stuff.
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    I regularly follow many that have already been mentioned - OOTS (obvs), SMBC, XKCD, Dinosaur Comics, Darths & Droids, Sinfest, Oglaf. Others I used to follow and/or may drop in on once in a while include aforementioned Erfworld, Aaron Williams stuff (FFN, Nodwick), Rusty & Co., Pearls before Swine.

    As for those not mentioned above... first of all, honorable mention to the now-finished Dr. McNinja - possibly the best serial webcomic out there - and 8-Bit Theater. Those two are dearly missed.

    Speaking of which, Chris Hastings of Dr. McNinja is now publishing some comics (either 5 or 1 series, depending on your point of view) on Twitter, under @hastingsfunnies. They're alright, maybe not quite warmed up yet, I dunno. The format is a bit clunky though.

    Other than that, I'm following:

    Cyanide and Happiness - can't believe nobody posted this yet.

    The Non-Adventures of Wonderella - publishes VERY infrequently these days, like once a few months. Really good though, check the archives. If you're interested in following it but can't be bothered to check back in every so often and not see any updates, follow @wonderella on Twitter - it's definitely my favorite Twitter account.

    Scenes From A Multiverse - only technically, since it's been on a hiatus for a rather long time. The author's going through a really rough patch, so no knowing when (or if) it's coming back. It's really good though - but be advised, it tends to get political often.

    The Perry Bible Fellowship - VERY infrequent updates, though they've been coming at progressively shorter intervals lately. I'd say it's the best gag-a-day webcomic in existence, bar none.

    Red Meat - posts regularly on a weekly basis (Tuesdays), although it's mostly reruns by now - actually new comics come only once in a while. Of course, you won't notice it if you're new. Really good gag-a-day comic with regular characters, if you're into dark humor.

    I mostly use RSS to follow these. It's the best way I've found to keep abreast of updates without having to regularly check the websites. It doesn't exactly have the best support though, so it glitches out sometime...

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    Yeah I look at a few.
    Dan and Mab's Furry adventures.
    Girl Genius.
    OOTS.
    XKCD.
    The Punchline is Machismo.
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    3) Walking the city as a miniature sun and convincing all the rioting citizens that, no, the gods are not dead.
    4) He once bought an apple.

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    32, Accursed Dragon, Drowtales, EGS, Girl Genius, Goblins, Gunnerkrigg Court, How to be homeless, Lackadaisy Cats, OotS, Questionable Content, Rusty & Co., Strong Female Protagonist, Slightly Damned, Sluggy Freelance, some of the comics on the Sorcery 101 website, Star Power, The Fancy Adventures of Jack Cannon, XKCD, Banished!, Unsounded, Funny Farm.

    Concluded: Digger, DrMcNinja, Girls with Slingshots, probably more I can't think of right now.

    Many of these comics have been on a downward spiral for a while. I probably will stop reading XKCD soon. Accursed Dragon had an awesome first part and an unreadable second part. Drowtales has a host of problems with plot fragmentation and unnecessary time skips. QC's writing has been going downhill for a while. Sluggy Freelance is better than it has previously been, but not as good as it was in its early years.

    There also are a few that I think are neat, but don't have a large plot to keep me in, so I tend to forget about them, like Sequential Art.
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    In addition to some of the comics others have mentioned,

    Dresden Codak
    Wormworld Saga

    Updates to these are infrequent but worth the wait. Worth checking in twice a year basically. Actually I think OOTS works better on that frequency too, it's easier to track the plot if you read a lot of them at once.

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    Another vote for The Adventures of Dr McNinja probably being the finest webcomic ever made.

    As for a few of the others:

    Exiern

    Spying With Lana

    Puck

    Yesterday Bound

    In the interests of being open, since starting reading all these webcomics, I've become (online) friends with all of the above linked webcomic creators and even exchanged occasional emails with Christopher Hastings, most recently commiserating about what happened to Gwenpool and what a shame it was.

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    I've really petered out on most of the webcomics I read lately but I still check in on these:
    Transfusions (warning, vampire BL)
    A Tale of Two Rulers
    Far to the North
    Trying Human
    Manly Men Doing Manly Things
    Penny Arcade
    Adulthood is a Myth

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    I read a bunch, but usually on and off. I'm casting a vote for Boumeries is a comic that is hard for my dyslexic self to spell, but is a slice of life comic from a geek who likes videogames and has children. I assume we have a few of those lying around here and there.

    Secondly...Handbook of Heroes...Because we've ALL seen players like those. Don't lie.
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    Thanks for all the suggestions!

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    This list is going to be the end of me...

    Too many options, not enough time!

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    I've followed quite a few over the years. First webcomic I followed (and later stopped following) was Planet Zebeth. My collection grew from there. I use Firefox and open all the links in tabs. While loading, I start my daily routine around the house and come back to them all loaded. Not all of them are necessarily the highest quality, some started by people who started young, getting better with writing and their art style. Opinions will differ, but they are entertaining to me. Minor spoilers in the descriptions of some.


    http://www.awkwardzombie.com/ Is mostly about video games and how silly some things can be, contradictions, and so on.

    http://www.blitzphoenix.com/ Not too old of a webcomic, can be binged in a couple hours to the most recent page. Teen gets "kidnappped" by his mother, gets experimented on, trying to figure out new interesting life. I'm interested in seeing where it will go.

    http://www.missmab.com/ Based on characters in a MuD, became a bit of slice-of-life and drama with some adventure thrown in occasionally. Look at the first comic compared to the latest for how the artist has improved over the years. Its wild to think about.

    http://www.egscomics.com/ From the website itself, "A strange comic about a group of teenagers and the bizarre, often supernatural, situations that they face. Includes a continuing storyline with non-linear joke comics on the side. WARNING: Often ignores the laws of Physics." Lots of foreshadowing in earlier chapters show the artist has a overall story in mind.

    http://www.erfworld.com/ I don't need to say much about this one that hasn't already been said.

    http://freefall.purrsia.com/default.htm Another very long-running comic. Having trouble coming up with a good description of this one in only a line or two. Alien ship captain bribes someone to get an engineer, the two subtly influence each other with very different morals/ethics.

    http://www.giantitp.com/ Once again, not much to say on this one if you're here.

    http://goblinscomic.com/ This one has come off and on my reading list a couple times. Goblins form an adventuring party in a DnD world.

    http://guildedage.net/ Currently in its last chapter as we've been told by Word of God. Adventurer's trying to get by, eventually forming a guild. Has connections between a real world/MMO world, but treats the MMO world stuff as a fantasy world and not a game.

    http://twokinds.keenspot.com/ One of those that has matured with age. Incredibly powerful magic user gets amnesia and has a change of personality, trying to regain lost memories.

    http://www.housepetscomic.com/ A comic that keeps it light-hearted (for the most part). Pets can walk and talk, but are still pets.

    http://invisiblebread.com/2011/04/crafty/ No real continuity between stips, mostly one-off jokes.

    http://danielscreations.com/ola/comics/latest.html DnD based comic similar to, and inspired by, Order of the Stick.

    http://mokepon.smackjeeves.com/ A kids Pokemon journey, going through the Kanto region. Roughly follows the same physical path as Red/Blue, but with some twists for the events along the way.

    http://www.nerfnow.com/ Video game comic, mostly one-offs with the occasional storyline.

    http://www.nuzlocke.com/pokemonhardmode.php I'm holding out hope for this one to take off again, as unlikely as it is. Was about a year between updates last time. Pokemon adventures through various regions. Most of the early references are to "Lost", so if you're not familiar with that show some of the humor will be lost.

    http://www.poisonedminds.com/ More mature comic, R-Rated. First comics are gags before the story begins. Quite an upgrade to the art over the years.

    http://www.powernapcomic.com/ Company creates a pill that eliminates the need for sleep in most people. Doesn't work for a small percent of the population. Follows the story of one person before it gets weird.

    http://runewriters.com/index.php Fantasy world where people who can use magic are "runewriters". Magic type is inherited at birth. Follows a group of people trying to find cures for their miscasts, where a mistake is made and has unfortunate side effects.

    https://www.smbc-comics.com/#comic Gag strips with no continuing story.

    http://www.savestatecomic.com/ Another video-game comic that I'm on the fence about, may be removing this one from my list soon. Video-game addicts living video game addict lives.

    http://www.skindeepcomic.com/ Mythical creatures hide amongst the normal population. Starts out following one person's change. After the first couple chapters (Orientations parts 1-5) it mellows out a fair bit.

    http://www.sdamned.com/ Person gets killed and is sent to be judged. Isn't pure enough for heaven, is sinful enough for hell, so they get sent to the ring of the slightly damned. Heavier on the story later in the run.

    http://strongfemaleprotagonist.com Bunch of kids get superpowers thanks to an unknown event. Superheroes and Supervillains pop up. Follows a retired superhero who wants to lead a more normal life and make the world a better place.

    http://acityinaplace.com/ Post-apocalyptic world following the protagonist trying to survive.

    http://willsaveworldforgold.com/ DnD comic based on 4th edition rules, and sticks to them pretty closely.

    https://loadingartist.com/ Gag stips that almost always try to take an unexpected twist.

    http://www.howtobeawerewolf.com/ Protagonist has been a werewolf for most of her life, but never knew of others like her. Gets found by a someone much more in the know.

    http://www.wildelifecomic.com/comic/ Protagonist moves to small town to get away from the city, turns out the house is haunted and other things around town.

    http://www.joshuawright.net/index.html Several different comics here. Each probably worth checking out, a fair bit of variety.

    http://thunderbirdcomic.com/ Wild west setting with some magic and gods.

    http://www.godslavecomic.com/comic/ Protagonist frees ancient trapped god, based on Egyptian lore. Agrees to help god, story ensues.

    http://www.handbookofheroes.com/ Gag comics based on DnD. If you;ve played table top games, you can relate to most of the jokes.

    While putting this post together I actually did a little cleaning and deleted a couple comics that I was losing interest in. Got a little short on the descriptions near the end, but comics are more a visual medium than text, so check them out if you're interested.

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    http://brawlinthefamily.keenspot.com/ Comic based on Super Smash Brothers, mostly gags between the characters.

    https://www.bgreco.net/kidradd/ One of the webcomics that took advantage of being on the web. Lost of the fun features don't work anymore, but it's still a good read.

    http://www.dominic-deegan.com/ Fantasy setting following a seer, making money by telling the future. Lot's of jokes and puns, picks up on the drama/story eventually.

    http://raptorvsrex.net/ Raptor has tribe wiped out by a T-Rex, swears revenge.

    http://drmcninja.com/ A doctor, who is also a ninja. Get's rather crazy and radical as the comic goes on.

    http://www.leftoversoup.com/index.php This one sits in a wierd place for me. It comes across like a blog where each of the main cast are a different part of the author as time moves on, getting preachy at times. I still kept coming back anyway.

    https://www.nuklearpower.com/8-bit-theater/ Sprite comic during the height of sprite comics. Fairly entertaining.

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    Not counting finished ones and anything in my RSS reader where I don't immediately recognize the name (Like NN4B looking up the full name I recognize it though) and some others because I couldn't be bothered to write their names in this list:
    Hero oh Hero
    Ava's Demon
    Cucumber Quest
    Darth and Droids
    Daughter of the Lilies
    Goblins
    Kill six billion Demons
    Lighter than Heir
    Manly Guys Doing Manly Things
    EGS
    Not a villain
    Oglaf
    Paranatural
    Prequel
    Power nap
    Rusty and Co
    Schlock
    Slightly Damned
    Supernormal Step
    The End
    Zombie Hunters
    Miamaska
    Trixe Slaughteraxe
    Unsounded
    Will save world for gold
    Lilith's Word

    Lets add some finished anyway
    Nimona
    8 bit theater
    Dr Ninja

    Also follow The Zombie Knight and will probably follow the new ones in Worms world.

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    Hmm. A lot less than most people here, apparently.

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    xkcd
    Dinosaur Comics
    Girl Genius
    Questionable Content
    Darths and Droids

    Finally checked out Kill Six Billion Demons yesterday, and Iím glad I did. And also somewhat confused. Currently about halfway through an archive binge.
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    OOTS.

    SMBC.

    Used to do a few more, like XKCD and Darths and Droids, but havent seen them in a bit. Should really get caught up in D&D, really. Plenty of story to get through now, I'm sure. Also used to do 8BT, but, well, all good things come to an end. Oh, to be young again. And also a robot.

    ETA: God, I hated Questionable Content. The robot was the only good thing about that strip, and it quickly became all about angsty drama I didn't care about.
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    Default Re: What webcomics do you follow?

    I have a ridiculously long list that's fluctuated over time as I forget about some and go back to others. On an old PC I used to have a favorites folder that was nothing but a long list of M-W-F webcomics to pull up three times a week. Maybe one day I'll do that again, for now I'm in a weird cycle of constantly rediscovering comics I've loved after they've had a few weeks or months to continue and give me a backlog.

    Right now, Monster Pulse, Mare Internum, Mokepon, Rain LGBT, Schlock Mercenary, Freefall, Kiwi Blitz, Sleepless Domain, XKCD, Forward, White Noise by Madsniper, and Unsounded are the ones I'm currently checking consistently.
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    Default Re: What webcomics do you follow?

    Selkie: Life, Love, and Fishies! A story of a family born of adoption. There are feels, but is mostly just a good feel good story.

    Favorite Part: Little selkie has just met her new grandparents for the first time and sees that they're black. She looks to her new Blue eyed, Blonde father, and just asks "You're adopted too?"

    The story is also notable for depicting bullying realistically(As in, the effects are realistic and the "he has a bad home and just wants friends" trope that really doesn't apply IRL anymore is averted) and resolving that conflict in a way that is both carthartically satisfying and actually helps the problem.

    It also has a Spin-Off called the Adventures of Sue and Katherine: Undead Adventurers which is a cartoon in Selkie's world. The comics update on Alternate days with Selkie updating Mon-Wed-Fri and Sue and Kat Tues-Thurs-Sat with Sundays off.
    I also answer to Bookmark and Shadow Claw.

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